Actually this cal designation is a permission so he can have access to my Google Cal. Congressional spouses get Gcal access all the time.— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) February 15, 2019
Next time check your facts before you tweet nonsense.
I’d also like to know, if he’s not a government employee, in what capacity he’s doing government work. Are you having campaign volunteers handle duties in your official office?— Luke Thompson (@ltthompso) February 15, 2019
Hi @AOC,— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) February 15, 2019
Not sure if you read the rules or not, but only "House Members, officers, employees, fellows, interns, and contractors" are authorized to have access to the mail system.
Also, the House uses Outlook, which is what was originally screenshotted, not Google Calendar.
So to recap, a member of the public asked @AOC why her boyfriend is listed as staff in a public document and Twitter locked him out for asking. Don't be impertinent to powerful public officials on Twitter, folks! https://t.co/uLcg6RhZJ9— Kyle Smith (@rkylesmith) February 15, 2019